Paris Public Library invites the community to come out and enjoy a free concert performed by Hungry Town!
The band will be playing a one-hour show on the Library’s back deck, Saturday, February 4, 2023, from 11 AM to 12 PM. The Library deck is located on 1st street across from the Farmer’s Market and Skate Park. In the event of inclement weather, the band will play inside the Library’s gallery at the aforementioned time.
This is a free concert hosted by the library and all ages are welcome. Hungry Town is known for playing at mostly libraries world-wide and the Paris Public Library is excited to bring them to our city. To hear the band and read their bio, please visit www.HungryTown.Net.
“A reverence for the music of our collective past, tempered by a keen modern sensibility and a gift for heartfelt storytelling. The music simply transcends any particular time or place.” — Seven Days Vermont
“In addition to their superb performances (she has an attractive pure voiced alto, he’s an accomplished multi-instrumentalist) and the fluidity of their melodies, is that they pull off the trick of sounding both like traditional English folkies and old school Appalachians, often at the same time.” – NetRhythms (UK)
“I love the sound of Rebecca Hall’s voice; there’s a sweetness, and a worldly wisdom, in perfect balance.” — Roger McGuinn